A German police official of the twentieth century. Himmler, a confidant of the leader Adolf Hitler, organized the Nazi elite forces (SS) and secret police (Gestapo). He supervised the execution of millions of Jews (see also Jews) in concentration camps during World War II. He committed suicide in 1945.
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Himmler, for example, wanted to drop the imperfect British pounds on the United Kingdom by airplane.
Then, days before the election, AFF ran an ad with the same false claim, this time calling for Heinrich to be voted out.
The director of the Gestapo answered only to Heinrich Himmler, and Himmler, only to the Fuhrer himself.
According to Senator Martin Heinrich, a Democrat from New Mexico, the CIA identified a single error that has since been corrected.Senate Democrats Accuse the CIA of Stonewalling on Torture Policies|Daniel Klaidman|December 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Jamie McFadden writes in that Ewald-Heinrich von Kleist died on Friday at his home in Munich, Germany.The Last Surviving Member of the Valkyrie Plot to Overthrow Hitler is Dead|Justin Green|March 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Of even less importance were the organ lessons he took for a time from the famous Heinrich Stiehl.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
Heinrich, I think you had better buy $2,500 worth of Liberty Bonds.The Blot on the Kaiser's 'Scutcheon|Newell Dwight Hillis
Heinrich turned on the lights, and the apartment was suddenly illuminated.
Heinrich, solicitously brushing and folding Karl's coat, waited.
"Dr. Millar; the gentleman who was here yesterday," Heinrich said.